The Goalrilla FT Series comes in 54″-, 60″-, and 72″ tempered glass backboards for the best rebound performance and competitive play, and is an excellent option for all levels of play. The Clear View backboard with wide board arms offers an unobstructed view through the backboard and consistent rebound. The black anodized backboard framing looks like a professional arena-style hoop. The goal adjusts from 7.5′ to 10′ to fit the requirements of every player. This in-ground basketball hoop features an innovative steel pole design that is stronger than ever and built to withstand the toughest play. Three-Point Technology is a three-part system that combines the stability of a 1-piece pole, dual extension arms, and a Triple-Joint connection. The hoop is supported by the solid foundation of a 1-piece main pole mounted to an in-ground, concrete-cured anchor. Extended from the main pole are dual extension arms that allow for internal mounting of the board arms for more stability. These dual extension arms are mounted using Triple-Joint Connection which creates surface area contact for better rigidity and stability during play. The Goalrilla FT basketball hoop achieves incredible performance and strength in a residential system with Three-Point Technology.
HEAVYWEIGHT FLEX RIM
|Backboard:||60″ x 38″ Clearview Glass|
|Rim:||Heavy-weight pro-style flex rim|
|Pole Size:||11 Gauge, 5″ x 5″ one-piece steel pole|
|Overhang:||3.5′ (welded extension arms)|
|Actuator:||All-steel, 7.5′ to 10′ height adjustment|
|Coating:||DUPONT® powder coating|
|Shipping Weight:||382 lbs.|
Goalrilla is The Toughest Basketball System on the Planet™ and carries a limited lifetime warranty. However, it is not guaranteed against abuse or misuse, such as hanging on the rim, net, or backboard. Be sure to understand the guidelines for proper use and keep your warranty in effect.
The basketball hoop’s anchor is installed in concrete but gives you the option to unbolt the hoop if you need to move homes. The in-ground anchor is cured in concrete providing strength and stability. One major factor that will determine your installation location and which hoop you’d like to own is the overhang. Use the overhang chart to select the best position to install your hoop.